Index to Volume 20 of The Philanthropist

PREPARED BY MAURA BROWN, MA

Subject Index A

ACCOUNTABILITY. Religious activities

Religious persons and religious institutions 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–89

ACCOUNTABILITY. Religious institutions

Tort accountability for religious activities 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130

ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION As a head of charity 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 257–93

ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION

Head of charity. Charter of Rights and Freedoms 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 273–77

ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION

Head of charity. Dissemination/propagation of religious belief 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 267–68

ADVANCEMENT OF RELIGION

Head of charity. Social, moral, ethical issues 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 268–69

ADVOCACY. Charities

Public awareness campaigns and CRA political activities policy 2006(Vol. 20, No.2), pp 153–57

ADVOCACY. Media activism and homelessness. Voluntary sector 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 131–52

ART, WORKS OF

Taxation Act (Quebec) amendments. Gifting arrangements

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 224–25

ARTIST FUNDING GRANTS; ARTS FUND

SEE REGION OF WATERLOO ARTS FUND

B

BORROWING

Charitable organizations, public and private foundations compared 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), p. 73

C

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Advancement of religion. Charity status. Recent CRA policy and guidelines 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 280–85

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Ethnocultural community assistance and religious charities. Recent CRA

policy 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 280–82

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA) Gifts, split receipting/partial gifts views 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 217–18

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

New policy guidelines re umbrella organizations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–44

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Political activities policy and charities’ public awareness campaigns 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 153–57

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Policy statement CPS-022 on political activities. “Political” defined 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 154–55

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY (CRA)

Policy re single-issue religious organizations as charities 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 269–72

CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS SEE CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS

CAPITAL GAINS POOL

Disbursement quota rules and Bill C-33 amendments 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 302–304

CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES

Charitable organizations, public and private foundations compared 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 72–73

CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES

Political activity and CRA’s Policy Statement CPS-022 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 154–55

CHARITABLE ACTIVITY. Advancement of religion

Charitable purpose 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 263–64

CHARITABLE ACTIVITY. Advancement of religion

Religious purpose 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 262–63

CHARITABLE GIFTS

SEE GIFTS; DONEE; DONOR

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Advancement of religion

Religious activity. Whether “charitable” 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 260–61

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Bill C-33 disbursement quota rules and extension to charitable organizations 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 297–98

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Compared with public and private foundations. Summary table of differences 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–77

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Region of Waterloo Arts Fund. Non-charitable status selected 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 251–56

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Religious charities

Liability in tort. Negligence 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Religious persons and institutions

Accountability in tort 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

SEE ALSO UMBRELLA ORGANIZATIONS Umbrella organizations and new CRA policy

2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 37–44

CHARITABLE PURPOSE

Umbrella organizations and CRA guidelines 2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 38–44

CHARITABLE TAX SHELTERS

Buy-low, donate-high valuation and 2003 Federal Budget 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 222–23

CHARITABLE TAX SHELTERS

Tax shelter definition and 2003 Federal Budget 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 221–22

CHARITIES. Insurance

SEE ALSO INSURANCE

CHARITIES. Insurance requirements

Underwriting considerations. Brokers and standard of care 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 52–57

CHARITIES. Land-holding

CRA requirements re charitable purpose 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 41–43

CHARITIES. Political activities restriction

Practical measures for funders 200(Vol. 20, No.2), pp. 156–57

CHARITIES. Funds distribution

United Way and “donor-choice” models 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 189–94

CHARITIES. Funds distribution

United Way and manner of funds distribution: a case study 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 185–97

CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS

Advancement of religion. Charity status 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 273–77

CIVIL CODE. Case law

Interpretation of term “gift “ for Income Tax Act purposes 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 212–16

CLERGY MALPRACTICE. Religious institutions 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 92–112

COMMON LAW. Case law

Meaning of term “gift “ for Income Tax Act purposes 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 205–12

COMMUNITY MOVEMENTS. Quebec

History of state interaction with 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–75

COMMUNITY MOVEMENTS. Quebec

Charest government initiatives. Health/social services relations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 175–82

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. Quebec

SEE COMMUNITY MOVEMENTS; GOVERNANCE; POLICY-MAKING; QUEBEC

COMMUNITY SERVICE. School-based

Mandatory student volunteer program reviewed 2006(Vol.20, No.1), pp. 5–23

COMMUNITY SERVICE. School-based program review

Conclusions and recommendations 2006(Vol.20, No.1), pp. 5–23

COMMUNITY SERVICE. School-based volunteers

Ontario’s high school mandatory program. Assessment 2006(Vol.20, No.1), pp. 13–17

COMMUNITY SERVICE. School-based volunteers

Service learning programs. Evaluation research 2006(Vol.20, No.1), pp. 10–11

CORPORATE OFFICERS. Insurance

SEE DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

CULTURAL PROPERTY RULES Art. Fair market value and gifts 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 225–36

CULTURAL PROPERTY EXPORT AND IMPORT ACT (CPEIA) Donated property and fair market value

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 225–26

D

DECENTRALIZED DECISION-MAKING. Quebec

Charest government and community sector consultation/restructuring 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–82

DIRECTORS. Control test

Charitable organizations, public and private foundations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–70

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS Insurance and charities 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 48–52

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS. Charities

Indemnification of directors. Federal legislation, current and proposed 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 48–50

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS. Charities

Indemnification of directors. Ontario legislation. Charities Accounting Act 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 50–52

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES New rules under Bill C-33 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 294–332

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES

New rules under Bill C-33. Table summary 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 318–320

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. New rules under Bill C-33

Table summaries for ordinary gifts, specified gifts, and enduring property 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 322–325

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES

New rules under Bill C-33. Table summary of pre-Bill C-33 rules 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), p. 321

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Registered charities

Charitable organizations, public and private foundations compared 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), p. 71

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Rules under Bill C-33

Quota formula change. Quota rate reduction 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 296–98

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Rules under Bill C-33

Enduring property. Encroachment. Capital gains pool 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 298–305

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Rules under Bill C-33

Inter-charity transfers of enduring property. Categorizing transfers 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 305–11

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Rules under Bill C-33

Expenditures. Qualified donees. Charitable activities. Exceeding quota 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 311–13

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES. Rules under Bill C-33

Funds accumulation issues. Re-designation of a charity. Issues re 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 314–16

DONATIONS

United Way and funds allocation/distribution: a case study 2006(Vol. 20, No.3), pp. 185–97

DONEE(S)

Foreign charities and qualified donees 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 223–24

DONEE(S)

Qualified donees and Bill C-33 disbursement quota amendments 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 311–12

DONOR. Legislative amendments re gifts

Limitation on creditable/deductible charitable gifts 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 219–21

DONOR-DESIGNATED FUNDS DISTRIBUTION United Way and “ donor-choice “ funds allocation 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 189–94

E

EMPLOYEE-CONTROLLED FUNDS. Charities and corporations

United Way and “donor-choice” issues 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 189–91

ENDURING PROPERTY. Bill C-33

SEE DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES; GIFTS

F

FAIR MARKET VALUE

Gift valuation. Case law 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 225, 227–34

FIDUCIARY DUTY. Religious institutions

Religious activity 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), p. 118

FOUNDATIONS

SEE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS; PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS; PUBLIC FOUNDATIONS

FUNDRAISING. Allocation/distribution of funds

United Way. Observations on models, current practice 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 185–97

FUNDS ACCUMULATION

SEE DISBURSEMENT QUOTA RULES

G

GIFTS

Advantage. Draft 2005 legislation 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 219–21

GIFTS

Bill C-33 disbursement quota rules and “enduring property” 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 298–311

GIFTS

Bill C-33 disbursement quota rules and formula and rate changes 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 296–98

GIFTS

Eligible amount. Proposed 2002 Income Tax Act amendments 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 234–35

GIFTS

Five-year gifts. Ten-year gifts. Bill C-33 disbursement quota rules 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 299–301, 310–311

GIFTS

Foreign charities and 2002 Income Tax Act amendments. Qualified donees 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 223–24

GIFTS. Interpretation

Federal Law-Civil Law Harmonization Act

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 215

GIFTS

Non-existent gift schemes. Fraudulent schemes 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 218–21

GIFTS. Property transfer between charities

Ordinary/specified gifts, enduring property. Bill C-33 disbursement quota rules 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 305–11

GIFTS

Split receipting and partial gifts 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 216–17

GIFTS. Term “gift”

Common law, Civil Code and Income Tax Act interpretation. Case law 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 205–15

GIFTS

Valuation cases and issues. Recent case law 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 225–34

GOVERNANCE. Quebec community movements

Health/social service/labour sectors. Charest government and 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 175–79

GOVERNANCE. Quebec community movement

Pre-“Charest” government and state interactions with 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–74

GRANTMAKING

Philanthropy and public good issues 2006(Vol. 20. No. 3), pp. 198–204

H

HOMELESSNESS. Media activism

“Alliance to End Homelessness”: case study 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 131–52

HOMELESSNESS. Media activism

Constraints on voluntary sector activism 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 135–39

I

INCOME TAX ACT

SEE ALSO CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT (ITA)

Charitable tax shelters. Gifting arrangements 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 221–22

INCOME TAX ACT (ITA)

Charitable organizations vs. foundations. ITA requirements compared 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–76

INCOME TAX ACT (ITA)

Fair market value. Gift valuation. Recent case law 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 225, 227–34

INCOME TAX ACT (ITA)

New disbursement quota rules under Bill C-33 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 294–332

INCOME TAX ACT (ITA)

Term “ gift.” Common law/Civil Code jurisprudence. CRA view 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 205–16, 217–18

INSURANCE. Brokers

Standard of care and disclosure duties 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 55–57

INSURANCE. Charities

Applicable legal principles re coverage 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 57–65

INSURANCE. Charities

Disclosure obligations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 59–60

INSURANCE. Charities

Liability. Coverage. Insurer’s duty to defend 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 61–64

INSURANCE. Charities

Overview. Directors and officers. Coverage issues 2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 45–68

INSURANCE. Charities

Risk management and directors 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 65–66

INSURANCE. Charities

Risk management vs. insurance 2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 46–47

INSURANCE. Charities

Third-party liability policies 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 60–61

L

LABOUR RELATIONS. Quebec

Decollectivism policies of Charest government 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 177–79

LEGISLATION. Federal. Interpretation re “ gifts”

Federal Law-Civil Law Harmonization Act

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), p. 215

LANDHOLDING

SEE CHARITIES

LIABILITY. Insurers and Charities. Duty to defend

SEE INSURANCE

LIABILITY. Religious institutions.

SEE ALSO ACCOUNTABILITY

LIABILITY. Religious institutions. Torts

Constitutional issues, Canadian and American 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 89–92

LIABILITY. Religious institutions

Intentional torts. Intentional infliction of mental suffering. Outrageous conduct 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 92–95

LIABILITY. Religious institutions

Negligence and clergy malpractice 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 95–116

LIABILITY. Religious Institutions

Torts, intentional, and negligence. Clergy malpractice 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 92–118

M

MEDIA ACTIVISM. Homelessness and the voluntary sector

Overview 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 131–33

MEDIA ACTIVISM. Homelessness

Voluntary sector activism 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 133–48

MEDIA ACTIVISM. Homelessness

SEE ALSO HOMELESSNESS

N

NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION, TORT OF

SEE TORT LIABILITY

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Sarbanes-Oxley case. Directors’ liability

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), p. 45

O

ONTARIO.

High School mandatory “volunteer program” 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–23

ONTARIO. Legislation

Charities Accounting Act. Directors’ indemnification

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp 50–52

P

PARTIAL GIFTS

SEE GIFTS; SPLIT RECEIPTS

PHILANTHROPIC CONTRACT Cautions re grantmaking 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 203–204

PHILANTHROPIC CONTRACT

Poverty issues, grantmaking, and the public good 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 198–202

PHILANTHROPIC CONTRACT

Trends in philanthropy and grantmaking 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 202–203

THE PHILANTHROPIST/LE PHILANTHROPE Volume 19- Index 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 166–82

PLANNED PROGRAM BUDGETING SYSTEMS (PPBS) United Way and 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 186–88

POLICY-MAKING. “Ordinary citizen “ participation

Quebec community movements and the Charest government 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 175–80

POLICY-MAKING

Socio-economic summit. Quebec community sector-state relations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–74

POLITICAL ACTIVITIES. Charities

CRA Policy Statement CPS-022 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 153–57

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Compared with charitable organizations and public foundations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–77

PROPERTY. Umbrella organizations

CRA guidelines re charitable status 2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 41–43

PUBLIC AWARENESS. Campaigns

Funders’ role and CRA policy re political activities 2006(Vol. 20, No.2), pp.153–57

PUBLIC AWARENESS. Media Activism and homelessness

SEE HOMELESSNESS; MEDIA ACTIVISM

PUBLIC BENEFIT

Charitable status and advancement of religion 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 264–67

PUBLIC BENEFIT

Presumed where charity advances religion 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 282–85

PUBLIC FOUNDATIONS

Compared with charitable organizations and private foundations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–77

PUBLIC GOOD

Grantmaking. Community and mutual benefit considerations 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 198–204

PUBLIC POLICY

Freedom of religion. Limited by rights of individuals 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 277–80

PUBLIC POLICY

Marriage Reference case and freedom of religion

2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 278–80

PUBLIC POLICY. Quebec and community movements

SEE DECENTRALIZED DECISION-MAKING; GOVERNANCE; POLICY-MAKING; QUEBEC

Q

QUEBEC. Charest government

Labour and social relations. Bill 31 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 177–81

QUEBEC. Community movements. Charest government and

New governance mechanisms 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 175–81

QUEBEC. Community sector and state. Overview

Neo-liberalism of government and policy change. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–82

R

REGION OF WATERLOO ARTS FUND. Artist funding grants

Creation. Objectives. Arts community participation 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 251–56

REGION OF WATERLOO ARTS FUND. Artist funding grants

Criteria for application approval 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 253–54

REGION OF WATERLOO ARTS FUND. Artist funding grants

Non-charitable status of fund 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 252–53

REGISTERED CHARITIES

Attributes of charitable organizations, public and private foundations

Compared. Summary table of differences 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 69–77

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. Torts and.

SEE ACCOUNTABILITY; LIABILITY; NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION; TORT LIABILITY; VICARIOUS

LIABILITY

RELIGIOUS CHARITIES. Torts and.

SEE ACCOUNTABILITY; CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS; LIABILITY; TORT LIABILITY; VICARIOUS LIABILITY

RELIGIOUS CHARITY. Charity status

Narrow interpretation and advancement of religion 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 272–73

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

Single-issue religious organization. CRA policy 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 269–72

RELIGIOUS PURPOSE. Meaning of term 2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 262–63

RESTRUCTURING. Quebec

Community sector and state relations 2006(Vol. 20, No.3), pp. 171–82

S

SPLIT RECEIPTS

Canada Revenue Agency and December 2002 ITA changes 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 217–18

SPLIT RECEIPTS And partial gifts 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 216–17

SPLIT RECEIPTS

Interpretation Bulletin IT-110R3 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 216–17

T

TORT LIABILITY

SEE ALSO ACCOUNTABILITY; LIABILITY; VICARIOUS LIABILITY

TORT LIABILITY. Religious persons and institutions

Tort of negligent supervision 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 116–18

TRUSTS. Umbrella organizations

Beneficiaries, charitable purpose, and CRA requirements/guidelines 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp.32–44

U

UMBRELLA ORGANIZATIONS

CRA guidelines re charitable purposes 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–44

UMBRELLA ORGANIZATIONS

Defined. Types of. Charitable purpose requirements 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–38

UNITED WAY.

Funds allocation/distribution: case study 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 185–97

UNITED WAY. Funds allocation/distribution

Donor-choice allocation. Company employees 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 189–94

UNITED WAY. Funds allocation/distribution

Observations. Planned Program Budgeting Systems (PPBS) 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 186–89

V

VICARIOUS LIABILITY

Tortious conduct during religious activity 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 92–116

VOLUNTEER SECTOR

Overview. Voluntary service in Canada 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–7

VOLUNTEER SECTOR

Quebec’s community movements and the Charest government 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–82

VOLUNTEER SECTOR

School-based community service. Canadian and American experience 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 7–10

VOLUNTEER SECTOR

School-based community service. Ontario’s mandatory high school program 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 7–17

VOLUNTEER SECTOR. Media activism and homelessness

“Alliance to End Homelessness”: a case study 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 131–52

W

WORKS OF ART

SEE ART, WORKS OF

Author Index

Boyle, Patrick J.

Gifts, Partial Gifts, Split Receipting, and Valuations

2006(Vol. 20, No.3), pp. 203–41

Bridge, Richard, and Nathan Gilbert

Helping Charities Speak Out: What Funders Can Do

2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 153–57

Broadbent, Alan

Fulfilling the Philanthropic Contract: Mutual Benefit for the Public Good

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 198–204

Brown, Maura

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 19

2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 166–82

Carter, Terrance S.

Advancing Religion as a Head of Charity: What Are the Boundaries?

2007(Vol. 20, No.4), pp. 257–93

Carter, Terrance S., and Jacqueline M. Connor

New CRA Policy on Umbrella Organizations

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–44

Carter, Terrance S., and Theresa L.M. Man

A Comparison of the Three Categories of Registered Charities

2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp. 69–77

Connor, Jacqueline M., and Terrance S. Carter

New CRA Policy on Umbrella Organizations

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–44

Deboisbriand, Marlene

Strategies for Boosting Volunteerism in Canada

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 23–36

Elliott, Charlene, Josh Greenberg, and Tim May

Homelessness and Media Activism in the Voluntary Sector: A Case Study

2006(Vol.20, No. 2), pp.131–52

Foster, Mary, Pike Wright, and Agnes Meinhard

Rethinking School-Based Community Service: The Importance of a

Structured Program

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–22

Gilbert, Nathan, and Richard Bridge

Helping Charities Speak Out: What Funders Can Do

2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 153–57

Greenberg, Josh, Tim May, and Charlene Elliott

Homelessness and Media Activism in the Voluntary Sector: A Case Study

2006(Vol.20, No. 2), pp.131–52

Hoffstein, Maria Elena, and Theresa L.M. Man

New Disbursement Quota Rules under Bill C-33

2007(Vol.20, No. 4), pp. 294–332

Laforest, Rachel

State and Community Sector Relations: Crisis and Challenges in Quebec

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–84

Levens, Bruce R.

In Search of Relevance: Observations on United Way Fund Distribution

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 185–97

McEown, Jeffrey M., and Jordan S. Solway

Insurance Issues for Charities

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 45–68

Man, Theresa L.M., and Terrance S. Carter

A Comparison of the Three Categories of Registered Charities

2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp 69–77

Man, Theresa L.M., and Maria Elena Hoffstein

New Disbursement Quota Rules under Bill C-33

2007(Vol.20, No. 4), pp. 294–332

May, Tim, Josh Greenberg, and Charlene Elliott

Homelessness and Media Activism in the Voluntary Sector: A Case Study

2006(Vol.20, No. 2), pp.131–52

Meinhard, Agnes, Mary Foster, and Pike Wright

Rethinking School-Based Community Service: The Importance of a

Structured Program

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–22

Pole, Daniel Gordon

Liability of Religious Charities: A New Frontier: Accountability of Religious

Persons and Institutions in Tort

2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130

Scott, D.B.

Demand and Supply: The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund Lets the Arts

Community Define What’s Important and Valuable

2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 251–56

Solway, Jordan S., and Jeffrey M. McEown

Insurance Issues for Charities

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 45–68

Wright, Pike, Agnes Meinhard, and Mary Foster

Rethinking School-Based Community Service: The Importance of a

Structured Program

2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–22

Title Index

Advancing Religion as a Head of Charity: What Are the Boundaries?

Terrance S. Carter. 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 257–93

A Comparison of the Three Categories of Registered Charities

Theresa L.M. Man and Terrance S. Carter. 2006(Vol. 20, No.1), pp 69–77

Demand and Supply: The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund Lets the Arts Community

Define What’s Important and Valuable

D. B. Scott. 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 251–56

Fulfilling the Philanthropic Contract: Mutual Benefit for the Public Good

Alan Broadbent. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 198–204

Gifts, Partial Gifts, Split Receipting, and Valuation

Patrick J. Boyle. 2006(Vol. 20, No.3), pp. 203–41

Helping Charities Speak Out: What Funders Can Do

Richard Bridge and Nathan Gilbert. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 153–57

Homelessness and Media Activism in the Voluntary Sector: A Case Study

Josh Greenberg, Tim May, and Charlene Elliott. 2006(Vol.20, No. 2), pp.131–52

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 19

Maura Brown. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 166–82

In Search of Relevance: Observations on United Way Fund Distribution

Bruce R. Levens. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 185–97

Insurance Issues for Charities

Jeffrey M. McEown and Jordan S. Solway. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 45–68

Liability of Religious Charities: A New Frontier: Accountability of Religious

Persons and Institutions in Tort

Daniel Gordon Pole. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 87–130

New CRA Policy on Umbrella Organizations

Jacqueline M. Connor and Terrance S. Carter. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 37–44

New Disbursement Quota Rules under Bill C-33

Maria Elena Hoffstein and Theresa L.M. Man. 2007(Vol.20, No. 4), pp. 294–332

Rethinking School-Based Community Service: The Importance of a Structured

Program

Agnes Meinhard, Mary Foster, and Pike Wright. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 5–22

State and Community Sector Relations: Crisis and Challenges in Quebec

Rachel Laforest. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 171–84

Strategies for Boosting Volunteerism in Canada

Marlene Deboisbriand. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 23–36

Book Review Index

Creative Philanthropy, by Helmut Anhaier and Diana Leat.

2007(Vol. 20. No. 4), pp. 333–36

Effective Economic Decision-Making by Nonprofit Organizations,

edited by Dennis R. Young. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 1), pp. 78–82

The Future of Philanthropy: Economics, Ethics, and Management,

by Susan Raymond. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 161–65

Just Money: A Critique of Contemporary American Philanthropy,

edited by H.Peter Karoff. 2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 161–65

Managing Risk in Nonprofit Organizations: A Comprehensive Guide, by Melanie L.

Herman, George L. Head, Peggy M. Jackson, and Toni Fogarty. 2007(Vol. 20, No. 4), pp. 336–39

Rethinking Philanthropic Effectiveness: Lessons from an International Network of

Foundation Experts, edited by Dirk Eilinghoff.

2007(Vol. 20, No. 4). pp. 333–36

September 11:Perspectives from the Field of Philanthropy, edited and published by

The Foundation Centre, 2002. 2006(Vol. 20. No. 2), pp. 158–61

Telling Tales: Living the Effects of Public Policy, by Sheila Neysmith, Kate Bezanson, and Anne O’Connell.

2006(Vol. 20, No. 3), pp. 242–45

Why Rich People Give, by Theresa Lloyd.

2006(Vol. 20, No. 2), pp. 161–65